January Loss Poems

These January Loss poems are examples of Loss poems about January. These are the best examples of Loss January poems written by international poets.


Broken by Chelsea McCauley
Have you ever loved someone so much, you continue to stay with them after many broken promises?
Everyday another broken promise,
Everyday one more tear falls down...

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Categories: loss, bereavement, boyfriend, death, death

And in the End by Steve Zak
And in the end, we had become lovers anchored by memories, 
stitched together with random bits and pieces. Two people who had run out of...

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Categories: loss, lost love, love,



Premium MemberFLEETING TIME by Line Gauthier


all time foolishly taken for granted
in hindsight ever fleeting
once spent gone forever 


Submitted on January 31, 2018 for PREMIERE CONTEST NO.16 sponsored by SKAT A...

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Categories: introspection, loss, nostalgia, time,

Premium MemberEmbers by Andrew Jung
A spectacular burst
Smoldering embers
Become ash and earth 

We did not spontaneously combust
We burned beautifully, heating, lighting, energizing 
We could feel wind picking up 

It just...

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Categories: change, fire, loss, recovery

Memories Return From Horizon by Subimal Sinha-Roy
MEMORIES RETURN FROM HORIZON

Flashes of lightning in your face gleamed
The smile I painted on my butterfly wing
Cascades of stream in your voice ringed
The music I...

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Categories: inspirational, loss, memory,

Premium MemberI Need a Change by Victor Buhagiar
I have so often tried to say goodbyes,
I tried my best to forget the past, but
Life is too cruel, my heart and mind sighs.
Change seems...

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Categories: change, lonely, loss,

Premium MemberFreudian slip by Silent One
A poet's soul lay in slumber,
his pen a distasteful adversary. 

A suffering soul lost in yesterday,
stumbled upon his somnolent path.
Enchanted eyes felt her nakedness 
through...

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Categories: angst, deep, depression, loss,

Premium MemberConfessions Of A Disco Queen by Susan Ashley





I suffer in poverty for lack of baroque emotions;
glimmers to decorate my eyes would be an anomaly
as deja vu smiles blend the grays of going...

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Categories: emotions, loss, sad, youth,

Premium MemberDream Sustained Friendship by CayCay Jennings
Awake, I cannot escape my love’s depth for you.
Awake, I cannot deny my loathing towards you.
Confusion and missing settle-stay in my pain’s cliché.
Thoughts of you...

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Categories: loss, confusion, dream, friend, friendship,

Premium MemberLost to words poetic by Silent One
Humble heart naked like a winter tree,
yearns for seasons to remain evergreen.
Furtive eyes have disturbed this reverie,
soul stands still like nonchalant figurine. 

Walking away to...

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Categories: loss, lost love, love

Misplaced by Dana Redricks
Author Dana Redricks
January 10, 2018

Have you ever misplaced something that you searched and for hours but still cease to find it. It's like a game...

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Categories: loss, allusion, blue, conflict, how

Premium MemberTHOUGHT YOU HAD IT ALL by Line Gauthier


You were just another player
On the merry go round of life
You thought you had it all
Never thought the ride would stop
You never saw it coming
The...

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Categories: loss, age, anxiety, hurt, loneliness,

A MOTHER by Lesa Rodden
				
A MOTHER

I often sit and daydream and
wonder what it would’ve been like
to grow up with a mother’s love 
instead of fearing how hard she will...

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Categories: abuse, childhood, loss, mother,

Those We Miss by LJ Jackson
I talk to you in my dreams 
The girl with the purest soul 
You would sing to me way off key and tell me I'm...

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Categories: celebration, loss,

The love of nobody's life by Jack Nganga
I should be someone’s lover; significant other
But there is no one to love me, not even my mother
I have fallen in love more times than...

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Categories: life, lonely, loss, lost

Premium MemberDistinguished Honors by Paulette Calasibetta
                  

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Categories: america, courage, devotion, loss,

Premium MemberThe Insensitive and The Fragile by Victor Buhagiar
He stood watching 
from the edge of the palm trees,
fascinated by the dark-haired woman
he saw standing at the water's edge.

She stood still
gazing out at the...

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Categories: loneliness, loss,

Premium MemberDeath of a Dear Friend by Victor Buhagiar
I often passed the time away
walking with you, Natalia,
down on the beach.
The sand, the sun, the surf,
perfection to you.
The breeze with its saliferous scent,
the sound...

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Categories: loss, death of a friend,

Premium MemberWhere Do Poets Go by Broken Wings
A tribute . . . 

So many poets have come and gone from this beautiful site,
     And each has left some...

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Categories: friend, loss,

Premium MemberThe Clockwork Lion by Paul Callus
Grim is the threat of extinction... 
Now unveiled in Trafalgar Square
a sculpture to draw attention;
it contains a message to share.

There’s on show a clockwork statue.
Grim...

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